Dr. Selina Ding Wai Eng

Honorary Treasurer

Dr. Ding, an accomplished professional in educational psychology with over 20 years of experience, is very dedicated to educating children with dyslexia. A dyslexia specialist who is Orton-Gillingham trained,  Dr. Ding is the founder of the Ding Dyslexia Program.

Dr. Ding, also a licensed clinical psychologist, broadened her passion to address psychopathological and socialisation problems in children and adolescents. Through a multigenerational therapeutic lens, she explores the roots of current problems in previous generations, often manifested in children who become the identified patients seeking her expertise. Utilising a multigenerational family therapy approach, Dr. Ding not only effectively addresses the problems of symptom bearers but also extends therapeutic benefits to siblings, parents, couples, and even grandparents.

With a rich background of 17 years in treating various mental health and relationship concerns of different aged individuals, Dr. Ding emphasises the inseparable connection between an individual’s psychopathology and his family of origin. Her goal is to assist children, adults, families, and couples in breaking their inherited chains of trauma, promoting individuation, and fostering transformative processes towards authentic self and healthy dynamic relationships.

Beyond her professional pursuits, Dr. Ding is a passionate, dynamic, and enthusiastic person who enjoys outdoor activities like photography, hiking, diving, and travelling. Like how her eyes capture what is filled in her frame to make a photo look beautiful, her worldview aligns with the idea that our ability to reframe situations holds the key to transformative change.